Invented in 1968 by Dick Morley, the programmable logic controller (PLC) is a simple rugged industrial computer. This free plc training series is designed for everyone to learn about these controllers. PLCs are constantly evolving and continue to be the best option for a variety of industrial automation applications.
Even though the PLC is changing, core items remain the same. We will be discussing this in more depth for each of the components mentioned in the picture above. Let’s get started learning about PLCs. Keep on Reading!
Cofaso 7 is a computer-aided engineering (CAE) solution software package that includes PLC Design and Overview. Its special system technology with direct access to applicable logic for each schematic allows industry design and documentation for all solutions. Electrical engineering project tasks will become easier with Cofaso 7. This parameter controlled system is available in 13 languages and supports all the common windows versions.
Cofaso 7 meets all global evaluation standards. It offers complete authoring and editing of electrical engineering documents. Some of the features in the package include Cross-references, wiring lists, terminal diagrams, terminal connection diagrams, interconnect diagrams, PLC cross-references, mounting plate design, and more.
Cofaso provides flexible editing features:
XML, EXF, and graphics interfaces such as DXF guarantee data interchange with other CAx systems and ensure the integration of cofaso into the unified production chain. Article data of any kind be imported or incorporated. An intelligent article number search function provides an additional aid to locating components used in the diagram.
We will be creating a PLC drawing with 5 outputs. These outputs will be connected to another box with the same reference numbers. We will also show the automated connection list. Anytime a reference name is changed all document items will change for that reference. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!